I’ve been meaning to write this review for a long time now. Our trip to Baguio couldn’t have been more amazing if not for Lucia’s Bed and Breakfast. 😄
Lucia’s Bed and Breakfast is a former house that was converted into a charming bed and breakfast. Lucia takes its name from the owner, Lucille and her daughter, Lia. Located at #7 Navy Base Road Extension, Baguio City, Lucia’s is a hidden gem, tucked away from the hubbub of Session Road and streets alike.
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We were in Baguio over the weekend (February 24-26) in celebration of my mom’s birthday last February 22. To be honest, we didn’t think we’d be there just in time for the culmination parades of the Panagbenga Festival. We felt lucky for the chance to witness the highlight of this month-long festivity. Although, at the back of our heads, we knew we were getting into probably the city’s busiest time of the year. A lot of people, especially those coming from Manila, make it their yearly tradition to drive up to Baguio to attend the festival. Towards the end of the month of February, Baguio holds the most anticipated activities of the said festival – the Grand Street Parade and the Grand Float Parade.
About a month ago, we decided we wanted to celebrate mom’s birthday out of town. Apart from the usual birthday dinners we do, we opted for something different. And so the idea of traveling to Baguio was born. We carefully arranged our travel to and from Baguio, our accommodation and the itinerary. It sure was tedious enough coming up with a decent itinerary for a 3-day stay that it took me almost a month to draft a plan. Allow me to walk you through our Baguio experience. I’ve included tips, a little bit of history of the places we’ve been and short reviews of the restaurants we’ve tried. Continue reading “Weekend Getaway in Baguio: Day 1”